Mercutio said:</me wishes there was a Thai place someplace I might actually go to eat it>
jtr1962 said:Regarding sushi, I'm a little averse to eating something that was moving only a few minutes before so I'd probably pass on that part of Japanese cuisine.
ddrueding said:Man, after reading this thread I've been thinking of hot dogs for the last 2 days
The sushi place I like does some more original pieces. They include more herbs and spices (ginger, garlic, oregano, etc), and the quality of the fish is excellent (a must).
Baked beans or fries go nice with hot dogs. Cole slaw is OK on the franks, although onions or sauerkraut go better. I think baked potatoes would kind of clash. And dark mustard is the best. 8)blakerwry said:I was going to make pigs in a blanket tomorrow night... dont know what to use as a side... baked beans? cole slaw? onion rings? french fries? baked potatoes with chives, cheese, and sour cream?
ddrueding said:If you can get to the Bend River Brewery (Bend, Oregon) they have an Obsidian Black Ale that they serve on nitrogen (instead of CO2) very rich, very hearty and (thanks to the nitrogen) very, very smooth. Just the right beverage for a more bland food (one that is driving my mad with anticipation). I had just managed to quench my hot dog cravings @ ROtK, and now you guys spring this on me. This will actually require me to bake!
My ex-local brewery was Gordon Beirsch. I spent many a long evening there, sitting on the deck and staring at the Bay Bridge.
Buck said:If you ever get the chance, try Spaten Premium Bock, it only comes on tap.
Mercutio said:The Rolling Stones deserve painful, hideous death.
I say that about a lot of things. I'm a very bitter man.
[..] someone who worked in the same area as me brought in a DVD player and ONE DVD [...]
I learned that it is in fact possible to have negative amounts of talent [...]
They've been playing together for what? 40 years? You'd think their guitarist would LEARN ANOTHER CHORD.